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  • Popplestone, Ann
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      Subject: CFP: Women and Gender in Science, Medicine, and Technology

      CFP: WOMEN AND GENDER IN SCIENCE, MEDICINE, AND TECHNOLOGY
      CALL FOR PAPERS
      WRITING THE PAST, CLAIMING THE FUTURE -
      WOMEN AND GENDER IN SCIENCE, MEDICINE, AND TECHNOLOGY
      October 12-15, 2000
      St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO

      "Writing the past, claiming the future" is being designed to further
      con-versations begun at previous conferences among historians of science,
      medicine, and technology. These discussions made explicit how much
      historians of science, medicine, and technology can learn from each other.
      It is is intended to invite greater interchange among the disciplines, while
      recognizing the uniqueness of each.
      Conference themes will include, but not be limited to, personal and external
      factors that empower or inhibit women's participation in the scientific,
      medical, and technological disciplines; scientific, medical, and
      technological ideas that have influenced ideas about gender and gender roles
      in the disciplines and in the wider society; and the relationship between
      gender and conceptions of knowledge and the practice of science, medicine,
      and technology.
      Individual papers and panels are solicited on topics that explore the
      interdisciplinary relationships of women and gender and science, medicine,
      and technology. Conference organizers strongly encourage the submission of
      panels of two or three papers. We are particularly interested in panels that
      encompass a range of perspectives and stimulate "crosstalk" among scholars
      of different disciplines.
      Proposals must include two copies of a one-page abstract and a one-page
      curriculum vitae. For proposals submitted as a panel, an abstract and vitae
      are required for each panel member. Proposals are due by January 1,2000. If
      you have any questions or would like to be put on the mailing list to
      receive the conference brochure, please contact Charlotte G. Borst, Chair,
      Local Arrangements Committee (address below). Conference materials will be
      available after August 1, 2000.
      Send proposals to:
      Writing the past, Claiming the future Charlotte G. Borst, Ph.D.
      Department of History, Saint Louis University
      3800 Lindell Blvd.
      St. Louis, MO 63156

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